Open Hardware @ Common Knowledge – John’s write up of the workshop last week, he writes…
The background is that I met Ayah Bdeir at the Global Entrepreneurship Week festivities in Beirut, and we started talking about her LittleBits project (which is, crudely, like Legos for electrics assembly – even someone as spatially impaired as me could build a microphone or pressure sensor in minutes). Ayah introduced me to the whole open hardware (OH) world and asked a lot of very good, hard to answer questions about how to use CC in the context of OH. It became clear that a lot of the people involved in the movement didn’t have a clear grasp of how the various layers of intellectual property might or might not apply. Ayah suggested in February that we put together a little workshop – almost a teach-in – around a meeting of Arduino advocates happening in NYC on the 18-19 of March. In a matter of three weeks, we got representatives from a bunch of major players to commit… (read more)
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